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I've been reading that native speakers sometimes in conversation might say things like ''Neither .......or............" when they either split objects "Neither dad or my sister......" or something even less grammatical they do that with clauses ""I'm neither going to buy a sald or make any food today." ???
Last edited by ostap77; 22-Mar-2011 at 14:33.
bhaisahab: Does every Ukrainian speak perfect Ukrainian?
ostap: Yes. We do make mistakes or say things that are ungrammatical.
fivejedjon: Try that answer again, ostap.
Bhaisahab's post #2 suggested that many native speakers do not speak perfect English.
99.99% of teachers, writers and moderately educated native speakers would agree that "Me and Trace ain't not done nothing" is not 'good' English, but you will find thousands of speakers who produce such utterances every day.
When people ask for help in this forum, most of us talk about forms of English that will not be branded as 'uneducated/sub-standard/unacceptable/etc'.